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    Dear Mr. Badpiece,
    Where can one buy a "campesino radar" in Santiago or here in the states if there is a store that sells one.
    We need a very hi-tech one, one that will detect a campesino from at least 100 feet away as we do not want them getting any closer.

    SHALENA

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKing View Post
    Dear Mr. Badpiece,
    Where can one buy a "campesino radar" in Santiago or here in the states if there is a store that sells one.
    We need a very hi-tech one, one that will detect a campesino from at least 100 feet away as we do not want them getting any closer.

    SHALENA
    Whats wrong with the camposinos?? I actually love my campesinas, maybe the men arent as good as the females in the campo??? If you have been here long enough you can tell a campesino just by what they are wearing and definately as soon as they open their mouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badpiece33 View Post
    Whats wrong with the camposinos?? I actually love my campesinas, maybe the men arent as good as the females in the campo??? If you have been here long enough you can tell a campesino just by what they are wearing and definately as soon as they open their mouth.
    Why, 'cause they have bad teeth?

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    Its is because they split and mispronounce too many words. Its like they read every 3rd page in the Spanish Grammar textbook.

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    Excuse my ignorance, but what's wrong with campesinos ??

    I would think a Sanky Radar would be more useful ??

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    There's nothing wrong with campesinos just as there is nothing wrong with Dominicans in general. Sometimes a person's unique experience with certain Dominicans becomes a generalization for a large segment of the population or the whole country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Africaida View Post
    Excuse my ignorance, but what's wrong with campesinos ??

    I would think a Sanky Radar would be more useful ??
    That too, although I had not seen many sankies in STI

    SHALENA

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    Maybe radar that would spot out "brutos" 100 yards away.
    errrh... after that i probably could not even move anywhere in Higuey and would have to go live to a monte. ...whoops... I probably would not be safe even there. You see so many "campesinos brutos" who got the money by land sale here and drive spotty jeepetas but when they open their mouth, everything's clear. 20 years ago they were riding a horse, now they're riding a Hummer. But while their wallet grew huge, their brain cells did not grow any bigger.

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    Interesting she's looking for a radar to detect campesinos (keep these humble people away), when IMO she would be better served by a radar to detect sankies from Sajoma / Santiago (Probably too late for that)...

    Oh and I love Milos typical Easter European response....he sends her to a REAL radar shop...priceless. Talk about a joke go over one's head.

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